Stakboy Black takes part in Hip Hop Since 1987′s “30 For THIRTY DMV Freestyle” series which is all shot and edited by Rick Dange. A freestyle mixed with some dope punch lines and some not so much, this is a freestyle that somebody will either like or just straight up won’t. Either way, he put in work but I’d have to disagree with him. I think Shawn Marion has a jump shot.
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It never hurts to do a little promo a few weeks before your debut album drops. Jarren Benton’s “My Grandma’s Basement” will be released June 11th but you can preorder autographed copies now. Jarren also says that he is going to attach pieces of his penis on the CD. I heard if you preorder within the next 10 minutes you get some bonus pubic hair, too. Click here to preorder his debut album.
If you can a few years back Allen “The Answer” Iverson did a press conference after a game where he excessively used the word “practice”. If you haven’t seen it i suggest it you youtube before you see this video otherwise you will not get the underlying joke here. Jr Writer has used that video for the bases of his newest video and single
Practice”. In this song you will hear him telling a lot of artist to practice more with their music. Coming from left field to bring you some tongue twisters and a funny inside joke check out Jr Writers newest video “Practice” right here on streetkhemistry.com
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If you are a lover of Hip-Hop, or if the culture is engrained in your being 1%, you know who “Rakim” is. He is part of the foundation of what we know “Hip-Hop” to be. He was a “game changer”. He set trends. He was the first to rhyme several times per bar, rather than rhyming at the end of each bar, like his predecessors. Check out this great, insightful documentary, talking about his inception into the game, and he and Eric B’s historic rise.
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Organized Threat member Razor teams up with directer Chad A. Marshall and producer Chapter 3 Beats to bring into existence his video for “Retaliate”. From his school days to the present, Razor displays insane and violent lyrics to let you know what’s going to happen when he retaliates. Make the smart decision and don’t go to war with Razor. This track can be found on Razor’s newest album “Sharper Than My Name” which can downloaded now by clicking here.
T.I. releases a video for a feel good song “Hello” featuring Cee-Lo, and even incorporated his entire family in the visual. It was directed by Marc Klasfeld, and is one of my favorites from the album “Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head”, available now.
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Not sure this is the “official” video, but it’s from the L.E.P. Bogus Boys direct…and a lil “twerkin” never hurt nobody, so enjoy this version of the video for their single “Commas” featuring Ma$e and Lil Wayne.
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